January 4, 2018
Nothing says family chariot like a base-model sedan from the early 1950s. They were pretty unadorned except for the rainbow of paint choices offered at the time. A case in point in this 1951 Plymouth Cambridge. Looking at this car, seen over the summer at one of the Tuesday night Cruisin’ The Q car shows in Niagara Falls, Ontario, you might be surprised to learn that the Cambridge wasn’t even the cheapest model available. That honor belonged to the Concord, which came in three-passenger business coupe, two-door sedan, and station wagon versions.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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